Good clarity here, but really mellow, like the Fevre assertiveness and brightness has receded. This is light on the palate, which is rather clear, with touches of lemon and lime, and a long, dry finish.
Incredible bottle! Perfect chablis. Intense nose of salainity, chalky limestone essence with hints of meyer lemony citrus, just the right kiss of oak, and bracing fresh acidity and complex terroir. Oyster heaven, then took on soft shell crabs piccata style, no problem. This is what chablis is all about.
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(Domaine William Fèvre Chablis 1er Cru Montmains) Bright light yellow color; light white jasmine, tart lemon, light lemon curd nose; tasty, tight but juicy, tart lemon, mineral palate with medium acidity; needs 3-4 years; medium-plus finish 91+ points
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